Defense IT


Internet of Things poses (manageable) cyber problems

Despite the vulnerabilities of increasingly connected devices, national security experts outlined manageable ways to curb these concerns.

DARPA seeks man-machine teaming to take manufacturing to the next level

The agency is looking for innovative mathematical solutions in manufacturing to leverage advances in new technologies such as additive manufacturing.

A Navy X-47B takes off from an aircraft carrier.

Navy again rebrands carrier-based drone program

Officials tell lawmakers what the service has planned for its carrier unmanned capability.

Air Force's cyber boss: Military needs to innovate at 'cyber speed'

The outgoing commander of the Air Force’s cyber force, Maj. Gen. Ed Wilson, offers some parting advice: 'Think big, start small, scale fast."

DOD says it's prepared to support civilian response to a cyberattack

Officials push back on criticism that there is lack of clarity on how it will work with civilian agencies in the event of an attack on infrastructure.

DOD official: The spectrum should be a domain of warfare

In a recent panel discussion, an Air Force general said the electromagnetic spectrum should be declared a domain, given how important EMS operations are.

Halvorsen: Cyber war is a culture war

The key to keeping an edge in a fast-changing, online world is working with industry to improve the pace of innovation, DOD’s CIO said.

US cyber officials worry 'milware' will target infrastructure

Philip Quade, special assistant for cyber within the NSA, addresses the top cyber threats from other nations.

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